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A Node.js CMS written in CoffeeScript, with a user friendly backend
NodizeCMS is still under heavy development, there's a ton of unimplemented features and even more bugs.
It's not ready for production yet, but you still can start to play with it and have plenty of fun !
Installation has been tested under Linux, MacOS and Windows.
Git, MySQL, Node.js and NPM have to be installed
Make a global install of CoffeeScript
npm install -g coffee-script
git clone git://github.com/nodize/nodizecms.git
cd nodizecms npm install
Create a MySQL database and modify the file "/themes/pageone/settings/database.json"
mysqladmin create pageone
Start the server
When your database is empty, a default "admin" user will be created with a random password at server startup :
._ _ _ _ | \ | | | (_) | \| | ___ __| |_ _______ | . ` |/ _ \ / _` | |_ / _ \ | |\ | (_) | (_| | |/ / __/ \_| \_/\___/ \__,_|_/___\___| listening on port 3000 SuperAdmin group created Default user created, login = admin, password = 45A90 <----------- YOUR PASSWORD Default lang created Default menu created
Now you can access to the admistration module, open you browser on "http://127.0.0.1:3000/admin" (replace 127.0.0.1 by your server IP/URL if it's not running on the localhost).
If you're still there and that everything went fine, you should have a nice but empty backend.
Let's load some data : (replace "pageone" by your database name)
mysql pageone < themes/pageone/sql/pages.sql
or (if you have some access rights defined in MySQL) :
mysql pageone -u root -p < themes/pageone/sql/pages.sql
Now refresh your browser ! Do you see pages & articles ? Great !
Open a new browser window and enter this URL : "http://127.0.0.1:3000", if you are lucky, you're just looking at a dynamic webpage powered by Node.js & NodizeCMS !
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